District Attorney Chief Criminal Investigator
October 8, 2013
$5229 – $6356/monthly, plus an excellent benefits package, including a CalPERS Safety Retirement Benefit formula of 3% @ 55 for individuals identified as “classic members” pursuant to the provisions of California’s 2013 Pension Reform Act.
Are you tired of the hectic metropolitan lifestyle? Are you seeking a rewarding career? If so, consider an opportunity with the COUNTY OF MADERA. The County offers a low cost of living, ample recreational opportunities, the breathtaking Bass Lake area, charming foothill areas, and much more.
The Madera County District Attorney’s Office is committed to making a difference in the fight against crime, and providing service to crime victims and their families. It is the goal of the Madera County District Attorney to provide the highest quality legal representation for the public, to steadfastly protect the rights of crime victims, and, above all, to make Madera County a safer community for everyone.
Four (4) years of comprehensive law enforcement investigative experience, including two (2) years in a District Attorney’s Office comparable to that of a District Attorney Criminal Investigator with Madera County; and possession of a valid Advanced P.O.S.T. certificate from the CA Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training; and equivalent to the completion of the 12th grade supplemented by college level coursework and specialized training in law enforcement; and a valid Class “C” CDL.
How To Apply:
An official Madera County application must be submitted to the Madera County Administrative Management-Human Resources/Operations Division by the final filing date. To obtain an official application, please visit our website at www.madera-county.com or contact Human Resources at 559.675.7705, or TDD 559.675.8970. EEO
October 31, 2013